The "Karlsruhe School for Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics: Science and Technology" (KSETA) is the graduate school of the KIT Center for Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics KCETA , which bundles the theoretical and experimental research activities of the KIT in the field of elementary particle and astroparticle physics. Further information on KSETA
The "Helmholtz International Research School for Teratronics" (HIRST) was founded in 2012 to train a new generation of researchers and developers with expertise across the electromagnetic spectrum.
The graduate school is a response to the increasing demand in research and industry for interdisciplinary experts in the field of high-frequency electromagnetic waves, including technologies for applications in medical technology, sensor and safety technology, communications technology and, last but not least, energy technology.
The research field of the Helmholtz International Research School for Teratronics undoubtedly goes beyond the currently discussed terahertz technologies. Teratronics encompasses knowledge in electronics, photonics and materials science with the aim of achieving the highest frequencies and data rates on the basis of a solid theoretical foundation. Further information about HIRST
In 2010, CLUSTER established the "Sino-European Engineering Education Platform"(SE3P) in Shanghai together with 18 leading Chinese science and technology universities to promote cooperation in the education of engineers. The focus is on promoting talent, exchanging students, training teachers, developing teaching materials and collaborating on research projects. The aim is to raise engineering education to the highest level. All partner institutions should mutually benefit from the expertise of both Chinese and European universities.
Further information on S3EP and the SESE School